On October 13, U.S. and Israeli officials convened in Washington for the 30th anniversary session of the U.S. - Israel Joint Economic Development Group (JEDG), the annual senior-level economic policy dialogue between the two countries. Participants recognized the remarkable progress in the bilateral economic relationship over the past three decades and pledged to continue expanding and deepening policy coordination and cooperation across a broad range of sectors.
The film is considered as one of the major native sound films from the inter-war period.
President Rivlin addresses official ceremony marking the commencement of Israel’s Holocaust Memorial Day
President Rivlin: “Seventy years after the liberation of the death camps, we stand before you and we swear an oath, and promise, 'All of us, each and every one of us, have a number tattooed on their arm'. Yet, at the same time and in the same breath we remember: we came from Auschwitz, not because of Auschwitz.”
The exhibition will be open at 30.11.15
The exhibition will display a vast variety of works created by the Spenish designer Jaime Hayon, from his early works from 2003 that gave him his notoriety in the design world, through to his characteristic paintings and drawings, and special projects that he created for leading design companies such as Baccara, Lladró and Magis
Second Round of 500 Jordanian Employees
Approved To Work In Eilat
Interior Minister Aryeh Deri: "The 400 workers who come into Eilat daily from Jordan to work in the hotel industry have proved the success of this project to date and their contribution to the industry. The arrival of another 500, as part of the second round, will provide significant help to the hotels, especially in advance of the holiday and summer season. This arrangement is an important contribution to the Israeli economy and to bilateral relations."
Hebrew translation causes Egyptian furor
World famous Cairene author Alaa Al Aswany's book 'The Yacoubian Building' has been translated into Hebrew; the author alleges that it was without his permission, but Egyptian media is condemning him strongly, regardless.
The writer and intellectual Alaa Al Aswany has been under media attack in his native Egypt because of the publication of a Hebrew translation of a novel of his in Israel last week. The writer, who opposes any kind of normalization, has long refused to have his work translated into Hebrew, and he condemned the translation as unauthorized.